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Glory of Enkhuizen Cabbage<br><b>Crop Failure</b>
'Glory of Enkhuizen' cabbage.
Glory of Enkhuizen Cabbage
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Glory of Enkhuizen

100 days — It was historically grown primarily as a mid-season market variety that held up well during shipping. The heads are blue-green in color and can reach nine inches in diameter and ten pounds in weight. It is a good early variety that is tender and crisp, as well as being a good keeper, ideal for storage, and for kraut.

Introduced by N. V. Sluis en Groot's Koninklijke Zaadteelt en Zaadhandel of Enkhuizen, Netherlands (an old Dutch seed house). The parentage is reportedly two old German varieties; 'Glückstadter' and 'Ditmarscher'.[1]

Originally selected in 1899, the seed was simultaneously released in both Europe and America in 1902. The first company to offer it in the United States was the J. C. Vaughan's Seed Store, Chicago, Illinois, in 1903.[1] Each packet contains 0.5 gram, which is approximately 75 seeds.

  1. "Descriptions of Types of Principal American Varieties of Cabbage," by Victor Rickman Boswell, USDA Miscellaneous Publication No. 169, March, 1934
Customer Reviews Average Rating review
One of the best cabbages ever!
We grew this variety for the first time last year and it is staying in the permanent rotation from now on. Heads weighing up to fifteen pounds and almost a foot across were common. I made sauerkraut from most of the crop, but it was also great in coleslaw.
Reviewed by: Janet Szabo from Kalispell, Montana. on 1/17/2017
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